Fimucité at Tenerife
The film music festival comes back with it's
third edition, devoted to the Alien saga
Fimucité, the Tenerife International Film Music Festival, a pioneering
project, celebrates its third edition and becomes an important
international event in the film music industry.
This year it will be held in July (20-26) and will be devoted to the
thrilling science fiction saga “The Alien”.
Fimucité will offer two symphonic concerts, played by the Tenerife
Film Orchestra and Choir, at the Tenerife Auditorium, and will
also celebrate Clint Mansell’s concert with his band in La Laguna,
UNESCO World Heritage Center.
Another institution that also joins the Festival for the first time is the
TEA Museum (Tenerife Space for the Arts), which will hold the
composers’ panels and screen the Alien saga.
Fimucité 3 will pay tribute to the Alien complete saga. The first part
of the closing concert, planned for Saturday, July 25th, at the
Tenerife Auditorium, will be devoted to Alien with the “Biomechanical
Organized with Varese Sarabande, the Tenerife Film Orchestra &
Choir will play a selection of the very best of each of the saga
composers: Goldsmith, Horner, Goldenthal, Frizzel, Tyler.
Fimucité 3 closing concert will also remember Jerry Goldsmith,
celebrating the great master’s 80th birthday.
Joel McNeely will conduct a wonderful selection of his best works.
Fimucité 3 will be honored with the attendance of Mark Snow,
composer of “The X Files” and Polish composer and Oscar winner
Jan Kaczmarek, for “Finding Neverland”, who will also join the
panels in TEA, and will bring some of his symphonic works in
“War and Peace”, “Quo Vadis” or “City Island”.
As an extra, Fimucité 3 will release a new book, following last
year’s tribute to “2001: a Space Odyssey”, about the “Alien”
saga music, Alien, the Biomechanical Symphony, edited by
Filmoteca Canaria and Calamar Editions.
Fimucité inaugurates a new space in its web site: the Fimucité
Channel in Vimeo. Every year all concerts, are recorded, filmed,
and mixed by great professionals and uploaded in Internet.
Besides that, Varese Sarabande will release in 2009 last years
closing night gala concert, including Alex North rejected score
for 2001, conducted by Diego Navarro. This is the first time
this prestigious company releases a CD with a DVD.